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Archive for December 1st, 2007

What a revelation.

The maxi-mea culpa runs more than 10 pages and thousands and thousands of words (self-pitying, rationalizing, messenger-blaming), but this is the belated bottom line: The Beauchamp stories are bullcrap.

bwahahaha! Couldn’t have said it better myself, but reasonable people, other than Meatbrain and people of his ilk, already suspected as much.

From Sweetness and Light comes The Frauds of War 

Go see the picture there of “Private Scott Thomas Beauchamp and his wife Elspeth [sic] Reeve, a TNR staffer, on a secret mission deep inside Cambodia, Christmas Day, 1968.”

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Well it looks as though it’s heating up.

I think Savage is telling the truth when he claims CAIR seeks to do harm to those who speak about its violent agenda. CAIR backed down from their lawsuit against Andrew Whitehead, the man who runs ANTI-CAIR, and the reason was what would have been found out through discovery about their ties to Hamas, etc. But it appeared they wanted to make him suffer for his Anti-CAIR website. They went after FOX for calling terrorists muslims on 24, so they had the 24-actor Kiefer Sutherland read a politically correct disclaimer. CAIR also defended the 6 Imams who acted like hijackers in Minnesota. I think all of these are either as a result of being under threat of lawsuit, or actually after having been served.

Although the Democratic Underground and others have picked up on the WorldNetDaily Article, entitled ‘Savage lawsuit calls CAIR ‘vehicle of international terrorism’ I hardly think that they have a handle on what it is Savage is saying.

CAIR has been using copyrighted clips of Savage’s radio show where he says things like:

“I’m not gonna put my wife in a hijab. And I’m not gonna put my daughter in a burqa. And I’m not getting’ on my all-fours and braying to Mecca. And you could drop dead if you don’t like it. You can shove it up your pipe. I don’t wanna hear any more about Islam. I don’t wanna hear one more word about Islam. Take your religion and shove it up your behind. I’m sick of you.”

I think he’s totally right in saying that this is the way most Americans feel about it. I, for one, don’t appreciate the political correctness that equates Islam and Christianity as being the same. Islam doesn’t preach ‘do unto others as they would have them do unto you.” There is no ‘golden rule’ in Islam. Islam is about submission; that’s the literal translation of the word, and if you’re not a muslim you live in the ‘house of war’. If you’re a muslim, you live in the ‘house of Islam’, and all is well. This is the reason Israel will never see peace as long as Arafat look-alikes like Abbas are included in the ‘peace talks’. And this is the reason we saw Nick Berg’s vicious beheading on video, and numerous others.

They force people into submission under threat of being beheaded, or worse…and here in the US, they might be smart enough not to be doing it that way, but they use the legal system in order to attempt to financially ruin you if you resist. Or they use other terrrorist techniques on the internet. Any way you look at it, Bin Laden’s friends are not about playing patty-cake.

I don’t think well of an ideology that cheers on terrorists who kill pregnant women like Tali Hatuel, pregnant mother, and her four young daughters, in cold blood.

“The copyright material properly viewed is a scream of outrage on behalf of the American public against beheadings, hangings of homosexuals, mutilation of women, the torture of rape victims and the thought that CAIR and other groups are trying to import these atrocities into American life,” the lawsuit said.

And we’re not living under sharia law so we’re damned well entitled to talk about it, and to listen to talk show hosts that tell it like it is.

Rock on, Savage!

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It’s not theoretically against the law for women to die in war; what is unethical is for the army to place them in harm’s way intentionally, against regulations.

This illegal, inappropriate behavior on the Army’s part- is what Elaine Donnelly talks about at The Center for Military Readiness, here.

Controversy about the Army’s “anything goes attitude toward women in land combat has gotten worse. As the Center for Military Readiness has been reporting since 2004, Army officials have been redefining and circumventing regulations regarding female soldiers, without authorization by the Secretary of Defense, and without the legally required advance notice to Congress.

This is outrageous, considering women like 2nd Lt. Tracy Lynn Alger are dying for no good reason.

She was in a direct ground combat-collocated forward support company – a battalion level unit that is required by current Defense Department regulations to be all male.

Read the rest, but what I warned in my letters to the editor and to my elected officials back in the 70’s – about “equal rights” eventually putting women into combat…has happened. And it’s happening dishonestly; through the backdoor.

I suppose the point is…women will die in war as long as they’re working with the military, but we don’t have to be STUPID about it, and put them intentionally in harm’s way alongside the guys who are physically up to the task of carrying a full battle rattle, etc.  It’s putting our men at unncessary risk, too.  War is hard, tough, and physically demanding.  Put the people who are best-suited for the job at the front, and put the girls who don’t have the upper body strength to carry a wounded fellow soldier-where they can do the most good.

Men and women, as I talked about at Cao’s blog, are not physically equal.  Weight Watchers recognizes the difference, and the difference is observed in competitive sports and body building.

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toddandcynthiasommer.jpgWhat the duce is wrong with this woman? I was referred to this sickening story by Hoosier Army Mom.

Judge Orders New Trial For Wife Convicted of Poisoning Marine Husband

SAN DIEGO — A judge ordered a new trial Friday for a woman who was convicted of poisoning her Marine husband with arsenic and then using his life insurance to pay for breast implants.

The judge found that Cynthia Sommer, 34, received ineffective representation from her former defense attorney. San Diego Superior Court Judge Peter Deddeh said the lawyer’s errors allowed prosecutors to introduce evidence about Sommer’s wild partying immediately after the sudden death of her 23-year-old husband.

This girl has a baby with the Marine and three kids from…not-the-Marine. I can’t imagine anyone would THINK about doing something as horrible as this, let along following through and DOING it.

I also can’t imagine what’s wrong with the judge that he’d want to remove testimony about her behavior after she killed her husband. That should be admissable, I would think, as a demonstration of no remorse, similar to what Scott Peterson did after his wife ‘disappeared’.

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As the authors of the Pink Swastika said, “Homosexuals make extremely skilled liars.”

From Elaine Donnelly at the Tank:

Now we know that Wednesday’s CNN-YouTube debate was less than the genuine vox populi event that its producers claimed it to be. It’s even worse that CNN continues to defend its vetting of several questioners who were easily exposed as activists. CNN network spokesman Sam Feist said that the network “didn’t ask their party affiliation or whether they were associated with a campaign,” and denounced the critics for “focusing on the questioners, but not really focusing on the questions.”

Nice try, but the dishonesty here involved more than the undisclosed political affiliations of selected questioners like David Cercone, who claimed to be a Log Cabin Republican but actually supports Democrat senator Barack Obama. Keith Kerr, the retired brigadier general who asked about gays in the military, is a member of Hillary Clinton’s National Military Veterans Group. The audience also should have been told that Kerr has been an honorary board member and lobbyist for the Servicemembers Legal Defense Network (SLDN), a gay activist group, since 2003. An easy search of the SLDN website reveals 33 references to his name.

We are struggling for our cultural values, it seems, at every turn. The military is the most well-thought of institution in our country, over the churches and government. It would be a shame if the Clinton feminization of the military succeeds with this blatant slap-in-the-face to relationships between the sexes which have been simple cultural norms for hundreds of years.

We don’t even know what damage it will do…but we’ve seen that the homosexual lifestyle ‘choice’ includes a ‘choice’ of a shorter lifespan than a heterosexual one. And that’s the tip of the iceberg.

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Re-thinking blogging

After having experienced this strange bot attack that seems to have completely shut down Cao’s blog, people have pointed out to me the security holes in wordpress.

There are all kinds of suggestions out there on how to plug up those holes, but bots attack other-than-wordpress websites. One of the first websites I went to to read about this was here. But I’ve been to many talking about the problem.

As I found on this forum, what I was looking for was discussions about

“deliberate redirects with meta refresh designed to kill sites, and indescriminate and unintentional scripts using go-php, cgi, asp, tracker2, meta refresh, frameset and other destructive elements and the manipulation of googlebot to create duplicate content pages.”

What I noticed before my site went down was that certain search terms were being used. They were splitting things up so that my posts wouldn’t be found in a google search. They were particularly aggravated with links to the Center for Military Readiness, and the phrase: “Muslim Cleric: Unveiled women are like Juicy Steak”.

The question is, how do we even know if a solution will be reliable or will work? All a person can do is to test the variables and find out. When I was testing, I succeeded in locking myself out of my admin panel, and then I had to figure out what I did wrong in order to set it right again.

I know that I’m also running out of disk space, but I’m not experienced enough to know how to get rid of logs that are taking it up…so I’m just going to have to keep knocking around in there and trying not to touch things that could get the site into further trouble.

It sure would be nice if I heard from my hosting company about the outage, to assure me they’re working on it, or update me on what they’ve found about what happened to bring it down.

I’ll be talking about this more as I try to flush this unpleasantness out of my system as I’m watching for some message from my hosting company as to how long CB is going to be down.

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But only between Republicans and Sanity. I found Van Helsing’s discovery very interesting.

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According to Gallup, there are more unstable democrats and independents than there are republicans. That might explain the unstable person who strapped a bomb to himself and held hostages at Clinton’s office in New Hampshire. You could bet, though, if it the wannabe suicide bomber had been a republican, it would have received more press. But then…it isn’t republicans who do this sort of thing…

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Sympathizing with and apologizing for terrorists is a leftist thing. Recall Michael Moore’s “there is no terrorist threat” and “one man’s terrorist is another man’s freedom fighter”. It appears as though Savage’s book title “Liberalism is a mental disorder” has been proven correct with Gallup’s metrics.

Except where it comes to instances such as Condi Rice and the Bush Administration holding hands with Hamas, et. al at the Annapolis “Peace”Conference. It looks to me as though the dangerous moral relativism we complain leftists exhibit toward terrorism is clearly displayed on both sides of the political aisle.

Since today Republicans look to me like the Democrats of 30 years ago, I wonder what those stats would look like if the poll had been taken 30 years ago? The world in general was a lot saner then…

X Posted at CB

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If the ridiculous response to:

weren’t enough to prove *the point*, we now have the jihadis who are rioting in the streets because of a schoolteacher naming a Teddy Bear “Mohammed”.

Hugh Fitzgerald discusses blind moonbattery and its achievements through a few horrible examples at Dhimmi Watch. He mentions Danny Pearl and Nick Berg, but there are so many more. There were the Korean Christian activists killed by the Taliban, and the Christian anti-war activist, Tom Fox, who was also murdered, and there are others.

*The point is*-Islam is a primitive ideology that looks for any little thing that might ‘offend’ because it must be dominant….and it doesn’t matter if you’re singing ‘give peace a chance.’

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Cao’s blog is currently unavailable due to a 500 internal server error which my hosting company is trying to isolate, analyze and fix.

In the meantime I’ve set up this blog in order to continue what I was doing at Cao’s blog.

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